Oldest Person in France Aged 112 Dies of Covid-19
jpnn.com, PRANCIS - France's oldest person has died of Covid-19.
The man's name is Marcel Meys, who was 112 years old, according to local media reports.
Meys breathed his last on December 15 at a hospital in Vienne in the Rhone Alpes region of Auvergne, France.
He was taken to the hospital and put on oxygen after his health condition at home deteriorated, his only daughter Nicole Boiron told the media.
His funeral would take place on December 22, the daily Ouest wrote.
Meys was reportedly not vaccinated and lived alone at his home in Saint-Romain-en-Gal, where he had lived since 1957.
He enjoyed his beautiful and happy life and was proud to be the oldest citizen in France, his family said.
The Rhone valley native was born in July 1909 and lived through the historic times of the world wars and the Great Depression of 1929.
France's oldest person has died of Covid-19. He was 112.
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